View under the old Landing Jetty of St Annes Pier Lancashire England.

Nikon D5000 Sigma 10mm-20mm @10mm. ISO200, f8.0 (e/v +/-2) based on 1/160.

Workflow
Source images imported to cs5 and noise filter and smart sharp (advanced bespoke settings) filter applied

Import to Photomatix using below settings:

Photomatix Settings Painterly

Strength – 84
Colour saturation – 50
Luminosity – 7.0
Microcontrast – 6.0
Lightmode Smoothing – yes (High)
White point – 0.524
Black point – 0.224
Gamma – 1.10
Temperature – 0.0
Saturation Highlights – 0.4
Saturation Shadows – 0.6
Micro smoothing – 3
Highlights Smoothness – 0.0
Shadows Smoothness – 0.0
Shadow Clipping – 0.0
360 degree image – No

Re-import to photoshop
Content aware to remove plastic bag.
• Lens correction filter
• Horizon straightening
• Shadow / highlight adjustment applied
• Hue / saturation layer adjustment
• Warming filter (85) – density 25%
Saved as Jpeg

Tags

st annes pier, old jetty, victorian, jetty, disused, engineering, sand, sea, lancashire, wood, abandoned

John enjoys capturing images mainly around his home in the North West of England with a leaning towards land and seascapes. John also enjoys using modern processing techniques designed to give images a more in-depth feel to them. John is happy to discuss individual customers image requests.

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Comments

  • vilaro Images
    vilaro Imagesabout 3 years ago

    Great shot and treatment John. Particular thanks for sharing your workflow.

  • Thanks very much for the comment and favourite. I do not really use presets other than to get a ‘base’ idea, they are ok but much prefer to allow my eye to dictate the final image.

    – John Hare

  • drj6
    drj6about 3 years ago

    Excellent work. I agree, the presets are pretty basic, even crude, and need a fair bit of artistic input.

  • Thanks David they are fine when starting out and for a general idea but as you say they need input.

    – John Hare

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 3 years ago

    A superb shot John x

  • Thanks very much Irene.

    – John Hare

  • Lissywitch
    Lissywitchabout 3 years ago

    fabulous capture John

  • Thanks for the comment and favourite Sarah.

    – John Hare

  • peaky40
    peaky40about 3 years ago

    Amazing capture and work John

  • Thanks very much Roy for the kind comment and favourite.

    – John Hare

  • James Zickmantel
    James Zickmantelabout 3 years ago


    Congratulation on your Feature in HDRI (No Holds Barred)!

  • Thanks very much for the feature James.

    – John Hare

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKabout 3 years ago

    A stunning work of art John. Love the way you’ve brougt the old rusty structure to life. Congrats on your Feature too. Don.

  • Thank you very much Don for your kind comment and favourite.

    – John Hare

  • jwmphotos
    jwmphotosabout 3 years ago

    A fine caputure John. Love the vibrancy and shadows. John.

  • Thanks very much for your comment and feature John.

    – John Hare

  • Sorry I meant favourite John!

    – John Hare

  • Shehan Fernando
    Shehan Fernandoabout 3 years ago

    Beautifully composed picture, Love the formation of the clouds :)

  • Thanks very much for the comment and favourite Shehan

    – John Hare

  • photogaryphy
    photogaryphyabout 3 years ago

    Fabulous shot John. I went here with Jason some time ago. All my shots were messed up with all rubish speckled on the lens. Ah well – I will return!

  • Thanks for the comment and favourite Gary. Well at least its local mate!

    – John Hare

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